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What Is an Assumable Mortgage and How Does It Work?

With so many financing options, there are many ways to buy real estate without a conventional mortgage. Each option has benefits and disadvantages, so it’s up to the buyer to choose what’s best for them. One financing method that’s worth looking at is an assumable mortgage. So, to learn more about assumable mortgages and how […]

Hard Money Loans: Are They the Right Choice to Finance Your Investment


There are several ways to finance your rental property investment. If you’ve heard the phrase “hard money loan,” your mind may immediately think of a quick business deal. Well, that’s not too far off. Hard money loans offer fast financing for investors who need to borrow money. Read along as we go over hard money […]

What is Real Estate Leverage and How to Use it to Your Advantage?


Investing in real estate can be an excellent way for investors to diversify their portfolios and attain long-term wealth. After all, there are several benefits for rental property owners that make investments worth the time and effort. However, it’s not always an easy process. You need a large down payment, you must do adequate research, […]

What the Latest Federal Interest Rate Hike Means for Landlords


In an effort to steady the market currently experiencing an increase in prices of food, gas, and homes, the Federal Reserve increased the interest rate by 0.25% in March of this year. Since then, there have been more increases, resulting in a range of 1.50% to 1.75% increase–and it’s not stopping there. But, what does […]

7 Creative Ways To Finance Rental Property

Are you looking to finance your rental property and join the increasing ranks of people in the rental property business? Well, the first thing you are going to have to do before officially becoming a landlord is to figure out financing for the property you are interested in leasing. Wondering How You Can Finance Rental […]

Types of Home Improvement Loans for Rental Properties

Types of Home Improvement Loans for Rental Properties

Purchasing rental property as an investment takes planning, decisiveness, and available capital to move quickly on a great deal. However, many investors face the same issues as new homebuyers – a lack of inventory. In addition, as the market across the country has become more and more competitive, investors are looking at property opportunities that […]

How to Get Real Estate Financing for Your Rental Property

How to Get Real Estate Financing for Your Rental Property

When it comes to choosing the right investment, real estate is on the top of many people’s lists. However, the large expense to buy a property and potentially renovate it can seem daunting. In fact, many investors shy away from income property due to the need for so much capital upfront. But did you know […]

Real Estate Investment Strategies – Is BRRRR the Next Big Thing?

Real Estate Investment Strategies - Is BRRRR the Next Big Thing?

The rental industry is continually evolving, and there are many potentially lucrative real estate investment strategies. One of those comes from Brandon Turner from BiggerPockets. The BRRRR strategy encourages investors to buy, rehab, rent, refinance, and repeat, but will this work for you? Join us below as we break down each step along with the […]

Landlords Guide to Financing Rental Property Purchases

Landlords Guide to Financing Rental Property Purchases

Investors know that owning real estate is potentially lucrative, but financing rental property is another story. While there are many moving parts to the process, financing is a step that can trip up even the most seasoned individuals. Most lending institutions require higher down payments and stricter approval criteria for the property that is not […]

The Investment Property Owner’s Guide to a 203(k) Loan

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  Calling all fans of a good fixer-upper! If you are looking to purchase a rental property that needs a little extra TLC and have noticed that the lenders become stricter with approvals, you are not alone. In addition to a large down payment, exceptional credit, and all of the other hoops you must pass […]